|PART I: THE COLONIAL PERIOD1|
|1 The American Work Ethic in the Colonial Period3|
|2 Colonial Farmers9|
|3 Colonial Craftsmen19|
|4 Servitude: White and Black29|
|5 Colonial Women43|
|6 The American Revolution and the American Work Ethic51|
|PART II: THE NINETEENTH CENTURY61|
|7 The American Work Ethic in the Nineteenth Century63|
|8 Farmers in the Nineteenth Century73|
|9 Artisans in the Nineteenth Century83|
|10 Factories in the Nineteenth Century91|
|11 Laborers and Manual Workers in the Nineteenth Century101|
|12 Slavery and Blacks in the Nineteenth Century109|
|13 Women in the Nineteenth Century119|
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Book title: The American Work Ethic and the Changing Work Force:An Historical Perspective.
Contributors: Herbert Applebaum - Author.
Publisher: Greenwood Press.
Place of publication: Westport, CT.
Publication year: 1998.
Page number: vii.
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